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  1. American Bald Eagle checking something out

    American Bald Eagle checking something out

  2. Female Eastern Bluebird

    Female Eastern Bluebird

    Checking bluebird boxes at the park. The Tree Swallows are back, so the turf battles have begun.
  3. Sapphire-throated Hummingbird, hovering male.jpeg

    Sapphire-throated Hummingbird, hovering male.jpeg

    Sapphire-throated Hummingbird (Chrysuronia coeruleogularis coeruleogularis) male.
  4. American Kestrel (female)

    American Kestrel (female)

    American Kestrel (Falco sparverius sparverius) female landing on a fence post.
  5. Long-billed Curlew

    Long-billed Curlew

    Long-billed Curlew foraging.
  6. RBE in flight.jpg

    RBE in flight.jpg

    Rainbow Bee-eaters are very active in Victoria in summer as they arrive to nest before returning to northern parts. They are fairly easy to photograph as they sit out in the open as they hawk for bees and other insects. Catching them in flight is a bit of a challenge!
  7. Green-backed flycatcher (M)

    Green-backed flycatcher (M)

  8. Red Jungle fowl

    Red Jungle fowl

  9. Icterus-chrysater-131931 (1).jpg

    Icterus-chrysater-131931 (1).jpg

    yellow and black turpial, no white on the wings
  10. Eupsittula-nana-131881 (1).jpg

    Eupsittula-nana-131881 (1).jpg

    medium-sized parakeet
  11. Northern Bald Ibis

    Northern Bald Ibis

  12. Northern Bald Ibis

    Northern Bald Ibis

  13. Northern Bald Ibis

    Northern Bald Ibis

  14. black kites

    black kites

    had a little trip to the desert near the mountains and found thousands (literally) on trees, on ground and soaring above. spectacular sight indeed. hope you like it.
  15. Black Baza

    Black Baza

  16. Puffinus mauretanicus

    Puffinus mauretanicus

    Until recently considered a subspecies of the Mediterranean shearwater, the Balearic shearwater is the only endemic seabird in Spain
  17. Harpy Eagle

    Harpy Eagle

    Guiado por FIlho Manfredini, na cia de Francisco Hamada e Joaquim Barros (Maranhão/Minas Gerais) Classificação Científica Reino: Animalia Filo: Chordata Classe: Aves Ordem: Accipitriformes Família: Accipitridae Vigors, 1824 Subfamília: Accipitrininae Vigors, 1824 Espécie: H. harpyja...
  18. Harpy Eagle

    Harpy Eagle

    Guiado por FIlho Manfredini, na cia de Francisco Hamada e Joaquim Barros (Maranhão/Minas Gerais) Classificação Científica Reino: Animalia Filo: Chordata Classe: Aves Ordem: Accipitriformes Família: Accipitridae Vigors, 1824 Subfamília: Accipitrininae Vigors, 1824 Espécie: H. harpyja...
  19. Harpy Eagle

    Harpy Eagle

    Guiado por FIlho Manfredini, na cia de Francisco Hamada e Joaquim Barros (Maranhão/Minas Gerais) Classificação Científica Reino: Animalia Filo: Chordata Classe: Aves Ordem: Accipitriformes Família: Accipitridae Vigors, 1824 Subfamília: Accipitrininae Vigors, 1824 Espécie: H. harpyja...
  20. Amur Falcon 阿穆爾隼

    Amur Falcon 阿穆爾隼

    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/51664246605_417008be07_o.jpg
  21. Amur Falcon 阿穆爾隼

    Amur Falcon 阿穆爾隼

    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/51664911485_fe6b1144eb_o.jpg
  22. GBH.JPG

    GBH.JPG

    Great Blue Heron
  23. Shrimp for lunch!

    Shrimp for lunch!

    A Royal Tern I believe, taken on a beautiful day.
  24. Caspian Tern

    Caspian Tern

    I am not an expert photographer but every once in a while I go back to look at this picture; and I just feel in peace with the world. Caspian Tern: adult on the left feeding juvenile on the right.
  25. Spotted Dove

    Spotted Dove

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